A systematic review of loneliness in bereavement : Current research and future directions

Bereaved people suffer from loneliness and loneliness is associated with poor mental health. In this study, this topic is reviewed. An agenda is suggested for future research. Research that is theory-driven, addresses measurement consistency, correlates of loneliness in bereaved and non-bereaved, and treatment is necessary for prevention and intervention.

 

 

Reference: 
Anneke Vedder ; Kathrin Boerner ; Jeffrey E.Stokes ; Henk A.W.Schut ; Paul A.Boelen ; Margaret S.Stroebe | 2022
In: Current Opinion in Psychology ; ISSN: 2352-250X | 43 | february | 48-64
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.copsyc.2021.06.003
Keywords: 
Bereavement, COVID-19 (en), Epidemiology, Isolation, Mental health, Prevention, Prolonged Grief Disorder, Research Needs, Social distance, Systematic Review, Traumatic Grief
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